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The town is in the north of the island. With an area of 48.53 km2, stretching from the Sierra de Tramuntana, the Plan and the Bay of Alcúdia and includes three very different areas: the Marjal, fertile plains in large part devoted to irrigated agriculture; l 'lagoon, a large area of scenic and ecological value where the streams and San Miguel de Muro (of Almadrà).
The population of the town's is recorded as 11,446 according to the census of 01-01-03, with a clear increasing trend from 1996, a result of increased immigration.
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